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By Xavier Aragonès, José Luis González, Antonio Rubio (auth.)

ISBN-10: 1441950850

ISBN-13: 9781441950857

Modern microelectronic layout is characterised by way of the combination of complete platforms on a unmarried die. those structures usually contain huge excessive functionality electronic circuitry, excessive answer analog elements, excessive riding I/O, and perhaps RF sections. Designers of such structures are regularly confronted with the problem to accomplish compatibility in electric features of each part: a few circuitry provides quickly transients and massive intake spikes, while others require quiet environments to accomplish resolutions well past millivolts. Coupling among these sections is mostly unavoidable, because the complete process stocks an analogous silicon substrate bulk and an analogous package deal. knowing the way in which coupling is produced, and realizing the way to isolate coupled circuitry, and the way to use each technique, is then essential wisdom for each IC clothier.
Analysis and recommendations for Switching Noise Coupling in Mixed-SignalICs is an in-depth examine coupling throughout the universal silicon substrate, and noise on the energy offer traces. It explains the straightforward wisdom had to comprehend those phenomena and provides a evaluate of prior works and new examine effects. the purpose is to supply an realizing of the explanations for those specific methods of coupling, assessment and recommend strategies to noise coupling, and supply standards to use noise aid.
Analysis and ideas for Switching Noise Coupling in Mixed-SignalICs is a perfect e-book, either as introductory fabric to noise-coupling difficulties in mixed-signal ICs, and for extra complicated designers dealing with this problem.

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In P+ substrates noise is not attenuated with distance, and its level depends on the total area of the contacts, regardless of their location -talking about guard rings will be meaningless-. On the contrary, if noise is attenuated with distance, as in P- wafers especially if they have a backplane, the disturbance is greatest on the straight line joining the noisy and the sensitive points, and the further the contacts from this line, the lower their effecti veness. Another effect which is interesting to observe is the proximity of the guard ring to the noise source.

Dependence on the rise/fall time of the noisy signal. Maintaining the same reference situation, simulations are performed in which the transition time at the gate of the noisy device is varied from 10 ps to IOns. The switching speed at the gate will influence the switching speed at the output drain, which is the terminal actually injecting noise. 5 ns. The relation is not linear, as very low transient times are limited by the characteristics of the transistors. 18 that the coupled noise sharply increases with the transition speed, reaching hundreds of milli volts.

Collector Emitter Base p. 19 Diagram of the vertical cross-section of the NPN bipolar transistor used in the simulations. e. coupling from the bipolar to the MOS transistor, or the other way round. For every situation, we will consider the bipolar transistor common-emitter or common-collector biased. 1. a. Common-emitter biasing. 20. 5 ns typical of this technology. This transition drives the transistor from cutoff state to saturation, producing a highto-Iow transient at the collector. The noise waveforms obtained show a maximum peak of 30 mV (55 mV pp ).

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